smitten


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Synonyms for smitten

Synonyms for smitten

affected with intense romantic attraction

Synonyms for smitten

(used in combination) affected by something overwhelming

marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness

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Franco has also spoken candidly about being smitten with the Video Games star.
The Good Morning Britain host was smitten yesterday when co-presenter Charlotte Hawkins brought her 10-week-old daughter Ella Rose on to the ITV show.
Kev's immediately smitten and the pair of them end up going for a drink in the Rovers.
Bell's Brewery of Comstock, MI, reports that the seasonal brands Best Brown Ale, Winter White and Smitten Golden Rye Ale will be available in cans for the first time later this year and early next year.
April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Feeling Smitten Bath Bakery, a manufacturer of bakery themed bath and body treats, today announced the launch of its new line of sweetened lip glaze.
IOAN Gruffudd has admitted he is so smitten with life in Hollywood he doesn't miss home at all any more.
Introduced to the much younger Scott (Damon) backstage after a show, Liberace is instantly smitten and declares he wants to be his lover, brother and father.
But smitten by the Romanian's charms he flew to Milan, where she was modelling, and turned up on her doorstep.
They appeared smitten with each other at the premiere of Pitt's latest film 'Megamind' in Paris on Monday.
Yes, I have been smitten by Karen Gillan, the gorgeous 22-year-old redhead who plays the Doctor''s new assistant, Amy Pond.
Jake is smitten with her immediately, but is unable to express his thoughts or feelings adequately because of a crippling stutter.
Ghost story expert Susan Smitten has compiled "Ghosts of the World: True Tales of Ghostly Hauntings", an anthology compiled from eyewitness interviews and folklore from places ranging from Ireland and Russia to South Africa and Australia.
No matter how much you're smitten by a pair of shoes, never buy if they're too small or too tight.
Focusing upon the compromises invoked by raising children while also taking care of aging parents, Breakfast At Noon offers fifty-one tactfully authored essays ranging in subject from Handbag Hell; Heavy Petting; and Once Smitten, Twice Shy; to Cease and De-list.
Miranda July finds herself smitten with a shoe salesman who notices the chafing on her ankles in ``Me and You and Everyone We Know,'' which she also wrote and directed.